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    $1000 14
Title of the Judy Chicago art work seen here

Show #3266 - Monday, November 16, 1998

1998 Teen Reunion Tournament preliminary game 1.
From the Wang Center for the Performing Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.


Creswell Formey, an actor and bookstore manager from New Haven, Connecticut

Dana Venator, a Ph.D. candidate from Chicago, Illinois

Peter Morris, a graduate student from Oxford, England

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
La Nina is the name given to the weather pattern that produces many effects opposite to this one
    $100 8
Leo Gerstenzang thought up this product when he saw his wife twirl cotton on a toothpick & use it as a swab
    $100 18
Amid 1994 GOP gains, Democrat Zell Miller won his second goober-natorial election in this state
    $100 1
He plays Jack, who runs things at the Gate magazine, on "Suddenly Susan"
    $100 13
It's the one-word name for the exams you take at the end of school terms
    $100 4
Scholarly last name of "Waltons" actress Michael
    $200 21
On the average, the Earth is about 93 million miles or one astronomical unit away from this
    $200 9
One of its former slogans called it "The Candy Mint With The Hole"
    $200 19
Action by Nebraska gov. Charles Thone kept order when these "breezed" through Grand Island in June 1980
    $200 2
He hung up his hockey skates to direct himself & his dad in "The War At Home"
    $200 14
From the Latin for "larger", it's your academic specialty
    $200 5
As CONTROL agent Maxwell could tell you, sharp blows do it
    $300 25
The high or spring tides on Earth occur during these 2 phases of the moon
    $300 22
In 1907 he developed his first corn pad, probably right after he developed his first corn
    $300 3
One of the youngest of the Brat Pack, he's formed a band called Hall of Mirrors
    $300 15
You "pull" one of these by staying awake until dawn over a project or paper
    $300 6
This synonym for wise is often mixed with onion to make poultry stuffing
    $400 26
The Grand Erg Oriental, covering parts of north Africa, includes some of these that are 1,000 feet high
    $400 23
This tissue-shrinking compound is said to be one of the top 5 items stolen from drugstores
    $400 11
He returned from a "Weekend At Bernie's" to star in the 1998 TV movie "A Father For Brittany"
    $400 16
Perhaps referring to the "fleecing" of your parents' bank account, it's the animal nickname for your diploma
    $400 7
The last name of this former "Melrose Place" actor
    $500 24
Vince Staten's book "Do Pharmacists Sell Farms?" calls this product "The WD-40 of the Drugstore"
    $500 12
After TV's "Townies", she was in off-Broadway's "How I Learned To Drive" in 1998
    $500 17
Of magna cum laude, summa cum laude, or cum laude, it's the one that's the highest honor
    $500 10
In 1998 this software chain closed its stores & went strictly online

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Peter Dana Creswell
-$200 $1,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Dana Creswell
$500 $2,500 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
14th century hero in the title of the following
    $200 6
TV's Hawkeye Pierce, this male feminist was a member of Men for ERA
    $200 15
This nation was created in 1971 out of the former Pakistani province of East Pakistan
    $200 7
These Styron "confessions" take us into the mind of a black revolutionary
    $200 20
1967 James Bond film starring Sean Connery
    DD: $1,000 2
Rioting broke out when this Stravinsky work was first performed in Paris
    $400 11
Perhaps inspired by Shirley Muldowney, in 1990 Saudi Arabian women protested their exclusion from this activity
    $400 16
This African nation is the largest island in the Indian Ocean
    $400 8
This Russian count's "confession" of 1882 is among his most revealing works
    $400 21
It's the title reason the Beatles say "You know you should be glad"
    $600 3
It's the Roman god & planet that Gustav Holst featured here
    $600 12
This 2-word term popularized by Anita Hill's testimony may have originated in a 1975 gathering at Cornell
    $600 17
In April 1992 this reconfigured republic was declared by Serbia & Montenegro
    $600 9
The "confessions" of this deeply religious church father began the genre
    $600 24
It's the first line of the first verse in the song, "As Time Goes By", sweetheart
    $800 4
You'll journey to this "hall" in the Grieg work heard here
    $800 13
A widely read 1977 novel by Marilyn French wasn't called "The Ladies' Room" but this
    DD: $2,000 19
This grand duchy is actually smaller than the same-named Belgian province it borders
    $800 10
Thomas De Quincey's feverish "confessions" were about an "eater" of this
    $800 23
This Kaufman & Hart comedy portrays the antics of the wacky Sycamore family
    $1000 5
This Handel work heard here was composed while he was living in London
    $1000 14
Title of the Judy Chicago art work seen here
    $1000 25
From the early 1500s to 1975 this country on Africa's southeast coast was at least partly occupied by Portugal
    $1000 18
Honest self-analysis distinguished the "confessions" of this Swiss-French author who died in 1778
    $1000 22
Published posthumously in 1940, this Thomas Wolfe novel is a sequel to "The Web and the Rock"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Dana Creswell
$3,500 $8,900 $3,300
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not those!)
This body meets on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, but only once every 4 years

Final scores:

Peter Dana Creswell
$7,000 $10,799 $0
2nd place: $5,000 Winner: finalist, if one of 3 top-scoring winners; $7,500 for 4th place 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Peter Dana Creswell
$2,900 $7,700 $3,300
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,900

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